New research has found that the most successful interventions don’t just target reducing risk factors but work to promote protective factors.
We are living in difficult times. After the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia and in Durham, things feel uncertain and fragile. Then there was Hurricane Harvey. As the new board president of the Exchange Family Center, I wanted to touch base to tell you where we are and what we’re doing.
Creating a safe environment for children takes a concerted effort by not from parents, but from experts in child development experts and community members. This blog post addresses the significant findings from the CDC’s landmark study on ACEs and how we as a community can support each other in creating a nurturing environment for children.